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|52 Wk Low/High||50.22 / 86.41|
Could equity markets be ready to roll over? To tell you the truth, I thought that the risk to the downside had increased late last week.
I had thought markets were smitten with the idea of gridlock. Now, they seem laser focused on looser fiscal policy as a catalyst.
One day after deciding that we still could not confirm the market's uptrend, we are forced to ask the opposite.
With the faster news cycle and quicker speed of transactions, it makes sense that a market bottom might be reached quicker. But this looks more like a retest than a bottom.
What you have is a geopolitical event that markets were not positioned for.
The nation's central bank forever perverted the concept of what we used to call the 'free market.'
And while we wait for those three earnings reports to be had after today's market close, here's what should be on your radar screen for tomorrow: The World Trade Organization is expected to finalize approval this week for the U.S. to initiate $7.5 ...
The wildcard on today's employment data will be if the sudden slowing of growth in manufacturing employment is emblematic of a broader problem.
Shares of "value-added frozen potato product" company Lamb Weston are tracking higher following a quarterly earnings beat this morning with revenue that climbed 11.9% year over year. That's a likely positive for McDonald's , which accounted for 11% ...
In short, the energy sector needs a core place in most portfolios.
I have either initiated longs in, or added to these well-known names when pricing looks optimal.
On Monday, more natural gas was burnt in a nationwide effort to stay warm than ever before.
You can't have a consumer business without thinking of what they want.